Welcome to Premier Solutions - specialists in the supply and installation of interactive multisensory equipment for Hydrotherapy Swimming Pools, Sensory rooms and Calming Rooms.
We offer a wide range of Special Needs Sensory & Educational equipment to provide valid solutions for teachers, occupational therapists and assistant workers in helping them find a stimulating solution that will enable their service users to gain control of the environment around them, creating independence, creativity and motivation.Premier Solutions offers a multi-sensory world of interactive sensory experiences and possibilities with special needs equipment that creates sensory rich environments that can be embraced by all. These environments stimulate clients as they learn to create and explore, or relax users and help calm and de-escalate.
With many years of special needs experience, Premier Solutions specialised design team will design a unique sensory system to fit your personal requirements. We will supply you with drawings and detailed quotations free of charge. Our experienced, dedicated, DBS passed and friendly installation engineers will complete the installation for you to the highest of standards. We will provide easy training for you and your staff to enable you to use the equipment to its full potential.
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All of our installations carry a full 12 month warranty. Premier Solutions prides itself in exemplary customer care and offer a choice of service agreements to keep your installation in excellent working condition following the warranty period.
All our prices are plus VAT charged at 20%
Please contact us to discuss your requirements by telephone 0115 9394122
09:00 to 17:30 Monday to Friday
or e-mail Info@premiersolutions.co.uk
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Premier Solutions have designed and installed sensory rooms, calming rooms and Hydrotherapy pools since 2002 and we have gained a vast knowledge that you will find useful to know when you are considering the available room or space you have for your particular project. Please consider and discuss the following points to ensure your room is used to its full potential:
Accessibility and Hoist
Consider the entrance area to your room and look at the ease of access to the room for both fully mobile and wheelchair users. You may not currently have wheelchair users but this may change in the future. You should also consider the type of floor coverings that are most suitable for your project. A wheelchair user whether self-propelled or electrically operated will find it virtually impossible to wheel across a padded floor. The ease of access and planning at the start will be a benefit to both carers and users.
Have you got sufficient floor space to park a wheelchair without encroaching on valuable floor space that may be required for floor projection?
Do you have clients who would benefit from having a hoist system, whether this is a mobile or ceiling hoist? If you are thinking of having a fixed ceiling hoist, this can either be a single track or H- frame hoist. Remember that the centre moving bar on an H Frame Hoist will prevent sensory products being fitted on the ceiling unless there is sufficient height left above the bar. For either option please check, at the planning stage, that the position of the hoist dose not restricted the sensory equipment or their projected images? Is it possible for you to have the H-frame fixed rails to be installed at a lower level than the actual ceiling height to allow sensory products to be fitted above the tracks?
Do check your ceiling height, as a low ceiling can restrict your sensory lighting selection. If there is a suspended ceiling the void above it can sometimes be utilised.
If you choose a mobile hoist please remember that some of the equipment may need to be on plinths, so that the mobile hoist can provide access to all that the sensory room has to offer, such as a Ball pool or waterbed.
Consider the position of the sensory controls and standard room lighting, which should be adjacent to the entrance door, so that you do not have to walk across a darkened room to use the controls.
Will the storage space in the room accommodate all of your additional sensory equipment requirements? Please take into account access for maintenance if required.
To have the best results from Sensory lighting, our experience has shown us that a room, where the light can be turned off or blocked out by blinds, when the sensory lights are been used, greatly enhances the sensory effect. A blackout makes the beams of light more prominent so that visually impaired clients can see the beams of coloured light and the images they project can be identified more easily. If you are working on an educational topic you can focus the client on the subject more easily in a blackout. For example you could have, an under water topic with tropical fish being projected and soft blue lighting around the room. You can have soft colour changing lights for calming or interactive lighting for stimulation, if required.
will you be using the room for visual assessments?
Fitted track blackout blinds do provide the best blackout as opposed to Venetian or vertical blinds that let the light in around the edges. The most cost effective way of achieving this is by using your local roller-blind retailer.
An inexpensive alternative is to use self-adhesive blackout film on the windows, which can be ordered on line and fitted by you.
Control, Training and Maintenance
Even the most complex interactive sensory room can be controlled easily with the Premier Solutions choice of control systems with no need for PC’s or complicated controllers. Our unique control system offers the user easy to use touch buttons that can simply turn effects on or off or activate a full sensory program. Every control panel is installed with a fixed wall chart clearly indicating exactly what each button activates. This will enable you to simply look at the wall chart and choose your sensory effect without having to remember how the system works. Your Premier Solutions control system is designed to work without lengthy training so that changes of staff will not limit its use.
You can choose a simple switching system or a fully programmable system.
On a fully programmable system, our installation engineers will install a comprehensive number of sensory programs that have been tried and tested in other sensory systems. They will discuss with you any particular effects that you would like the system to produce and add additional programming until the system does exactly what you feel is most beneficial for your clients. All hardware is safely stored in your lockable main control cabinet, separate from the carers control panel, to prevent unauthorised tampering. We will even provide a button to allow the system to run itself, turning different sensory effects on and off at pre-set intervals and moving images are fully programmed (not random) to project in exactly the right places, avoiding obstacles and obstructions.
On-site training will be given to your staff upon completion of the installation and we offer full free telephone support thereafter.
All battery powered remote controls, including floating switches, have an estimated minimum battery life of 5 years.
We are always happy to provide references from existing customers who you can talk to direct regarding our services.
Because all of our sensory effects use LED’s (Not lamps) maintenance is kept to a minimum. However we are always happy to provide service calls whenever necessary and service agreements are available should you require one.